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Georgian & Regency

Designing with a Regency Eye

Designing with a Regency EyeThe nuts and bolts of Regency:  how to be original, innovative AND authentic when Regency costumes are so often reproduced.

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Military Inspired Hat Pompoms

1During the Regency many women wore hats designed after early C19th military styles. Here's how to make the distinctive pompoms.

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Regency Riding Habit, c.1810

Regency Riding HabitIzabela shows you how to recreate a habit much like the beautiful example in Kyoto, and even tests it for us, on horseback!

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Early 19th Century Rouleau Trims

SquarepicIn the 1810s and 1820s rouleaux, or bias tubes of fabric, were a go-to trend for trimmings. Astrida shows us some inspirational examples.

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Regency Children's Clothes

SquarepicWhat's a reenacting mum to do when the kids are too big for baby clothes and too small to be mini grown-ups? Regency toddler style!

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Fashion Forecast: Jan - March 1812

1812 Winter fashionsA closer look at fashions for Winter 1812 from Ackerman's Repository and La Belle Assemblée, presented here for competition hopefuls!

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Turban Headdresses

icon free smReproduce authentic looking turban headdresses - as well as the beautiful ornamental pins that were used to secure and decorate them.

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Regency Baby Clothes

Baby clothesA child’s development during the Regency period could be charted by the clothes he or she wore. Here's how to clothe the newest of the new.

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Making a Close Bonnet of c.1810

Close bonnet of c.1810

The bonnet is the iconic accessory of the early nineteenth century: Serena shares how to construct a Close Bonnet of c.1810.

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